Black Adam is set to change the DC Extended Universe, with a new, powerful, anti-hero, naturally raising questions as to whether the film has an after-credits scene to further set up the franchise's future. 

The Marvel Cinematic Universe, which popularised shared universe storytelling in the form of comic books and post-credits scenes that promise upcoming chapters, has permanently changed the superhero film genre and cinema in general.

Will the DCEU's most recent episode follow the MCU's lead and include a post-credits scene, despite the fact that the DCEU has taken a different approach to the shared universe superhero picture genre?

Black Adam will indeed have a mid-credits sequence, despite the DCEU's uneven after-credits teaser policy.

Black Adam is set to change the DC Extended Universe, with a new, powerful, anti-hero, naturally raising questions as to whether the film has an after-credits scene to further set up the franchise's future. 

The decision to assure spectators that there would be more thrilling spectacles to look forward to is the appropriate one because the Black Adam movie is the first of a new wave of DCEU movies.

Following WB's merger with Discovery, the DCEU is now under new management, which leaves the DCEU's future in doubt.

The DCEU was apparently on track for a continuity reboot after The Flash, but the series is now reportedly ready to carry on without a chronology reset and instead with a fresh emphasis on DC's most recognisable characters, like Superman.

The DCEU franchise sought a distinct framework for its shared universe at first than the MCU, but with time, it started to resemble the Marvel aesthetic in some fundamental aspects.